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In Ireland, about 3,300 patients received these implants, across 16 public and 14 private hospital sites nationwide.

The main Irish arm of orthopaedic medical device manufacturer DePuy recorded pre-tax losses of €3.45 billion in 2018. New accounts for DePuy Ireland (...)

  Ringport Business Park in Cork, where Precision Quality Glass   has agreed to enter into a long-term lease

Ringport Business Park has secured one of the largest industrial lettings to have taken place in the Cork market within the past 10 years. Precision (...)

“Just like multinational sales networks, corruption is a globalised phenomenon.”

Some years ago I came across the details of a bank account located in a jurisdiction known for its banking secrecy. The names on the account included (...)

The High Court is scheduled to hear six damages cases this year against DePuy

Six cases where people are seeking damages from the artificial hip manufacturer DePuy are scheduled to be heard in the High Court this year. Since th(...)

Doctors and patients require access to up-to-date databases on individual devices so that they can form a reliable opinion as to the risks and benefits of choosing a particular implant

Medical implants are a €352bn global industry. Products have revolutionised medical care and changed hundreds of thousands of people’s lives for the b(...)

In Ireland, medical device manufacturers are obliged to report adverse health outcomes that might be linked to their implements to the HPRA.

Eight deaths that might have been caused by medical devices were reported in the first nine months of this year to the relevant Irish regulator, accor(...)

Vivian Farrell, CEO of Modular Automation: ‘We are supporting multinational companies in Ireland to be more competitive and to keep jobs in Ireland’

Future generations of medical devices coming out of the US could be manufactured on automated production lines using Irish technology. Earlier this mo(...)

The Depuy Synthes facility in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork, is one of nine named as the leading factories globally for embedding new technologies such as internet of things into modern production.

An Irish medical device manufacturing facility has been named as one of the top nine most advanced factories in the world due to its use of internet o(...)

About 10,000 hip and knee replacements are undertaken in the Republic annually.

A pioneering project aimed at developing 3D-printed biological implants to treat people affected by degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis has (...)

OxyMem co-founders  Prof Eoin Casey and Dr Eoin Syron. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

While bringing improvements in the treatment of sewage and waste water might not be the most attractive of projects, great research success can still (...)

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